Animal Management in Rural & Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EoI) from individuals to be part of an independent review panel for developing education resources designed for AMRRIC’s specific education and training needs.
Background: AMRRIC has a history of developing & delivering community education programs for rural and remote Indigenous communities across Australia. These programs operate alongside veterinary programs and aim, via the principles of One Health, to improve the health of both animals and Indigenous communities.
The objective of this project is the development of training resources to enable the delivery of the following 2 endorsed units from the ACMSS00016 Promote animal health in remote communities skill set:
- ACMINF304 Promote environmental health & safety for companion animals in remote communities
- HLTPOP010 Monitor & maintain dog health in the community
This is the initial stage of resource development and AMRRIC envisages that further resources will be required in the future.
AMRRIC are particularly seeking people with a background in working with remote Indigenous communities in the area of training & education, environmental health and/or animal management.
Remuneration is available.
Indigenous Australians are strongly encouraged to apply.
To register your interest, and/or for further information please complete this form.